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Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 January 1895

1 DOUBLE BILL. Opera Md Cffmtrdy «b« (Mm* Evening by Little Fall* Talent: The C.biititmas entertainment given at the tiross opera Iwuse on Friday evening by the ladies of the Church of Our Sav'or was a most delightful one. The program opened with selections from the opera "Mi­ kado" which were well sung and heartily applauded. The singers were in costumes appropriate to the opera. Those in the leading roles were Mikado, I. E. Staples Pooh Bah, E. M. Hoover Ko Ko, D. D. Olds Three Little Maids from {School, Mrs. I. E. Staples, Miss Laura Guernon and Miss Sophia Gravel Katisha, Miss Lillian Hayes, and all acquitted themselves admi­ rably. The piano accompaniment was played by Prof. John Gpiis, who is an artist, and contributed greatly to the success of the first part of the program. Between the first and second part of the program Miss Eva Alcott. of St. Paul sang "U Boccacio" in a charming manner. It elicited a hearty encore and Mies Alcott re­ sponded with "Sunrise." She has a lovel...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 4 January 1895

1 0m ..^iy $ a 5 oTH [A HAPPY MPIN JOE OF CHEROKEE SCORES A QREAT SUCCESS in Opmwm tp la MmTown of JeflbraonTlllet •ad With the Kajw on His Side He In* tlodaeM Bb Psnarawy to Wildly In* •tie Aadlenoe. On Wednesday arternoon last I pitched ay tent and hang out my signs in the young and'strag glln town of Jef fersonville. I had •keeroely got, my grand kggiegn- shun under klvez when the mayoi appeared and eez: "It ar' my offl shul dooty to in quar if this ar' a moral show?" "Shebe,"sez I. "Whllelamnuth ln but a humble worm of the dust, nuthin could in dooce me to travel about with an ex hibishun calkor- TKB PAJfOKAMT lated to corrupt SOT ITS CLOTHES ON?" the morals of the populashun of Cherokee." "Has yer panoramy got its clothes on?" "She has. Nuthin will be found about that panoramy to Injoore anybody's feel in's." "What Is yer pertickler objick in show In this show?" aez he as he picks up a •tick and ecratohes the back of my edde oated hog in a fatherly way. "Fustly, to amoose, inst...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

I* •e. ifc t. VOL. 28. IT MEANS MUCH Fate of the Currency BUI Will Shape the Administra­ tion's Policy. PROBABLE WEEK. Opponents of the Measure to Make a Bold Attempt to Defeat It. WASHINGTON, Jan. 7.—The coming week promises to be a most eventful one in the house of representives. It will not only determine the fate of the Carlisle currency bill so far as the lower branch of congress is concerned, but in the event of the defeat of the measure it will have a far-reaching ef­ fect on the currency question and on the polioy of congress and the adminis­ tration. A rule fixing the future course of debate will be introduced Tuesday and its terms will depend largely On the Event* of the Canon*. It had been hoped to get a final vote by Tuesday or Wednesday, but Mr. Springer, who is in charge of the bill, says it may be necessary to let the de­ bate run through the week. There are evidences, however, that a coup d'etat will be put in execution early by those opposed to the bill. This will b...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

V'$^ ?V ^5 Her Minister Protests Against ths Sugar Schedule .of the Tariff Bill. W ifijJ 4 SOMETHING MUST BE DONE. bounty on it. This action was taken during the day and the ground taken by the minister was similar to that which formed the basis of the protest of Germany—that additional duty paid DiMiimlastM At 0(d* Over the Sugar Doty, and in the cose of France there are al­ ready indications of the adoption of a retaliatory policy in the imposition of A restrictions upon our meat trade and the importation of American wheat and' flour. This whole subject was un­ der discussion by the cabinet, and as far as can be gathered the outcome, if congress fails to come to the relief of the executive by the removal of the duty which is supposed to cause the trouble, then resort must be had to re­ taliation, which will either open Euro­ pean countries to our exports or close our own ports to all Enropean products. HAWAII AGAIN. Mr. Lodge A ska Why Uncle Sam's Battle ships Were Withdrawn. WASH...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

MAY NOT P«88. Fate of th« Currency Bill In Doubt Despite Caucus Endorsement. THE VOTE STOOD 81 TO 59. Prominent Leaders Now As­ sert That the Measure Is Doomed. WASHINGTON, Jan. 8 —By a vote of €1 to 59 the Democratic house oaucus voted to endorse the Carlisle substitute •currency bill now before the house. Speaker Crisp took the lead in present* ing the resolution, and in vigorously urging the necessity for its adoption. The committee on rules was instructed to bring in a rule to close debate. Ef­ forts to amend Mr. Crisp's resolution were voted down, one of the adverse votes showing only 13 members of the -caucus favorable to an issue of bonds to retire the greenbacks. The result of the caucus is accepted with considerable apprehension by friends of the bill, notwithstanding the passage of the resolution of endorse­ ment. The 81 votes which the meas­ ure commanded in caucus is far short of the number necessary to pass it in the house. It is the belief, however, that many of the 59...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

is® $ k» &> IgV')1 *$ Many t^rttt* Malgm|o, zitkmW*f iL«glslatMm *A I s^ (Consular..: JpjEWOFiPINE LANDfSMJDS o-ii--,. aiuB Bettor l.aw« Neeaea rar.ifvgu Trust Companies. Another Insane HospltaB "Nec­ essary, Near or In the Twin Cities. GOVERNOR NELSON'S MESSAGE TO THE MINNESOTA LEGISLATURE. municate to you by this message the following Information and suggestions relative to the affairs and condition «f the state: GRAIN INSPECTION. Two years ago I called the attention of the legislature to the fact that while due provision was made by law for Weighing, grading and inspecting grain under state supervision at the terminal markets of St. Paul, Minneapolis and Duluth, there was no law on this subject affecting the primary and interior markets of the state, •nd I suggested the importance of placing SPECIAL INJURY TO CROPS. In several counties of the state the wheat crop was greatly injured by the chinch bug. The drought enabled these insects to do more than ordinary havoc. Dr. Ot...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

7,» w™» A v'M V. ,,fJ -j Ai? 4l#» rf 1 ty five Page $350,000 GONE. Shortage of South Dakota's Treasurer Said to Reaoh That Amount. HIS WHEREABOUTS UNKNOWN. The Defalcation One of the Worst Ever Recorded in the Northwest. RXDFIELD, S. D., Jan. 10.—Probably the most startling failure that has ever occurred in South Dakota or the North­ west was revealed during the day in word received from William Walter Taylor, the outgoing state treasurer and president of the First National bank and Northwestern Mortgage Trust company of this city, that he 'could not appear to make his settle ment at Pierre with his successor, Treasurerelect Phillips of Deadwood. The news and closing of his bank here came like a thunderclap from a clear sky, because both Taylor and the finan­ cial institutions with which he was connected Ww* ItogwdMl Firm and Bailable beyond question. The news from Pierre demonstrates that no money is held there to the credit of the state treasurer, and none is held in the bank here...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

W .: -,v A $& J!- hQH'"^ .{ W. whht ^iaw»•* a^r~) ,-jt »*-,y *•. ?•*»$£•' »i -J\' wis I' I.' MK$} fe •'w*v .J3TTLE 5 PDBLWRiPj^fXX .•$•/. sUi^bRti'TldiSi: ftM-irsZ*—• *®i-r|BvUtl|9 »V? T" „,Mm,- ^VT**V» 'H '._u» -"^2L OVKBTISIKO BATBB M)W. HAI'^Y ANP WKBKLV TBANSOIUI'T. fruferiNiosal Cards 1 inch, one m^uth Ji inch*»«. oue month 8 iticlieH one month 4' inches, ope ,month inches, oue mouth ••Jj-OJJ inches, one month 10 «J| 2» inches, «»ne month i» "JJ 40 inches, one month ..3-.0U DAILY TKANSOBIPT. Pi ofessionai Cauls, 1 month 1 inch, onemonth 2 lnetae«, ope month, 8 luchcH, one month 4 tncherf, oqe month, 5 lnehe«. prie month, 1« Incht*, butf month,.. 2»* Inches, one month, 40 inches, one month ^5 il- A Washington special says that the mocmts have a plan for re­ lieving the United States treasury. It is to bj hoped that it will not b.. iny quicker than the method now in use, as their celerity in re­ lieving tliw treasury of funds is what has paralyzed the people since that party ...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

(.V. 4» i^Mlkwk OFFlCi tfOW SUPPLIED WITH NEW MATERIAL THOOGHODT. KEAT, CHKAP AND RAPIH While washing on Thursday, Mrs. H. A. Dow had the misfortune to overturn a boiler of boiling wate"* and scolded her left arm quite se­ riously. ,J*" Mrs. Jennie Walker, of Great. Falls, Mont., who Is here visiting her brother, J. W. Close, and who has qnlte ill for several weeks, is now convalescing. All of the teachers in our publle school* have returned from their holiday vacation, and the schools opened Mondav with a largely increased attendance. A party was given at Morris Moe's, on Seventh street north,on Saturday evening in honor of Mrs. Moe's birth­ day. A large number were present and a most enloyable time was had. Donat Trettel. who retired Monday from the office of judge of probate, will form a partnership with F. W. Lyon, the retiring county attorney, and they will hnve iheir office in the Butler block. Trebby and Flynn moan through a couple of columns or so in the Democrat this week. ...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

Cwty CwWwr The county COUIIIIIHHIOI^I* MET in regular wMlun Monday, tiiow pres­ ent were. Win. Jones* GNto. l»afo«Kl. NIc Hennen, Dennis Shsed:* and .1J• Jacobsou. Mr. Jacotyon was elected chair­ man of the board. J- The nond of the county treasurer was raised from $55,000 to $70,000 The bonds of the various offlcei were then approved. At Tuesday's meeting of the boar) the salary of the county attorney was reduced from $1,200 to $900 pf year, and the salary of the count.\ superintendent of schools was re­ duced from $1,050 to $900 per year. Tuesday afternoon the board fixe*, the bond for county printing a $1,000. The amount of bonds given by th various county officers are us fol lows: Lvman Slgnor, elerk of court NCIH Pett-rson. murrevOr WIT O. Trace, coroner 50' N. Richardson, judge of pro bate l,00d H. Gould. legiwter of deeds... 5,00l L. J. Wright, deputy coroner &M> F. Elienbecker, auditor 5,0M ,1 OH. L. Meyer, treasurer 70,00'' J. H. Rhodes, attorney l.'MM H. A. ltider, ...

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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

^-I.' .-s•!'• .!. ctive Page Little Falls Republicans Hold a Meeting and Indorse Him. A Committee Will Go Down and Do All in Their Power For Him. A meeting of the Republicans of Little Falls was held at the office of J. H. Rhodes Tuesday for the purpose of considering thecaiididacy of Gov. Knute Nelson foV United States senator. M. M. Williams was chosen chair man and A. D. Davidson secretary. J. H. Rhodes stated the object of the meeting and paid a well merited tribute to the character and work of Hon. Knute Nelson, both as govern­ or ai congressman. It was moved, seconded and car­ ried that the chair appoint a com­ mittee of five to go to St. Paul and use all honorable means to elect Hon. Knute Nelson as a member of the United States senate. A committee on resolutions con­ sisting of A. D. Davidson, L, Gaudet and Jerome Mecusker was chosen. The following resolutions were then adopted and forwarded to the sena­ tor and members of the legislature from this district: We, the Republic...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

8 .Senate- and !M W nix rv" Wfl-. $ 3 3J iA ^.i ymf$ HOUM Wltn.M th. Inauguration and Hear the Message. ALREADY. SLASHING SAURIES. Industry and Economy to Be the Motto of the Pres 7, ent Body. ST. PAUL, Jan. 9.—The senate and honse at noon today witnessed the in­ auguration of Governor Nelson for a second term as chief executive of Min­ nesota, and many hope that his duties as governor may soon be laid aside to take up the duties of United States senator, while as many others, or per­ haps more, believe that such a change will not take place. The governor's message to the legis­ lature was delivered at the Wednesday morning session and was strongly com­ mended as being a clear and forceful state document, fraught with good to the state at large if accorded due atten­ tion by the legislature. SPEAKER VAN SANT. Industry and Economy to B« th« Bale In the Home, He Say*. ST. PAUL, Jan. 9.—The speakership contest had evidently ended long before tho house convened Tuesday, as Sam Shell, wh...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

-ffi rF'?kV. "1' V** 'N WXNTB DXMItQM. Boa. W. E. Lcc Buca Purtiai Who are Using Hto Patent Cockle Separator, The calendar of the United States circuit court for January was issued Friday. Thirty-two case* have been fixed for hearing during the term, which opens next Tuesday, Jan. 8. Of these thirty-two cases eleven have been brought by William Lee against various defendants. They are all to recover in various amounts for the infringement of a patent cockle separator, which is in use in all of the large flouring mills of the country. Under a recent de­ cision William Lee, who invented the disputed cockle separator, was held to possess proprietary *rigl«ts in the same, and actions have been be­ gun against an appanlling number of flouring manufacturers to recover for infringement. The plaintiff has retained as his attorneys Davis, Kellogg & Sever­ ance. while all of the defendants are represented by Wrinkler Flanders, Smith Vilas & Bottum and Ralph Whelan. The defendants are:...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 11 January 1895

& **1* a -ir-f „y m. ,, .: fiTGEHIOUB FLAN OF SOME BOYS. Whey "Stand In" With the MM LA TTF mil* Tliri Kmberr—lag then prevailing. He closed with a modest request for passes for six, and, "with the DEADHEADS IN THE BILLROOM. hope that I may be able to reciprocate some day, I remain yours," etc. Doubtless the gentleman was disappointed, for he re­ ceived no reply whatever. Another individual presented his card at tbe box office window of a theater ona night last week when money was actually being turned away. He wanted two seats. The house manager looked at the card.. It bore the Inscription, assist­ ant boss canvasaman & circus." fie was indignant because ho did not get tbe seats and went away muttering some­ thing about not "recognizing the profes­ sion." The average individual would rather go to a performance on a pass, tbe securing of which involved $10 worth of trouble, than to pay $1 or $1.60 and be under obli­ gations to no one. I know a fellow who, some time ago, was ...

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Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 January 1895

if *7 A I fT W ft COMPROMISE. Senator Jones Has a Cur* renoy Bill That Will Suit 5 All Interested. SOME OF ITS PROVISIONS. •Cheap and Bonds to Be Issued Free Coinage Pro­ vided For. WASHINGTON, Jan. 14.—The proba­ bilities are that the beginning ot the week will see the introduction of still •another currency bill in the senate. Senator Jones of Arkansas, who at the critical stage of the tariff legislation took the matter in hand and harmon­ ized the differant elements so as to bring definite results oat of a decidedly chaotic condition, is the author of the new bill and he comes to the front this time as a compromiser and harmonizer. There has been objections' made to the bills prepared by Senators Vest and jPheraon on the ground in the case of the Vest bill that it Leans Too Much Towards Silver, and in the case of the McPherson bill that is too exclusively in the interest of bonds. Senator Jones realizes that silver and bonds are the two antagoniz­ ing elements in this question an...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 January 1895

:$ Hi! if 5 5 1 Y'I il &• tl lii it I! 11 •M t-. Not long since the manager of a thriv­ ing life insurance company sat at his desk emitting with a New York Herald report­ er. In the middle of a discussion two cards were brought In. The calier f»t once rose to go. The official said: ••No. Sit down. I want you to stay for A particular reason. I don't think you have ever heard of solar biology." iifter chatting a few minutes with them, showing an equally hopeful affabil­ ity to both, the manager said, tapping the papers ho hnd taken from them: "Oh, by t**e way, when were you born? I mean, how old are you Give me the date. We keep records, you know." They gave dates about six months apart In the same year. Ho jotted them down oarefully, then said, rising to bow them ?at: "Come back tomorrow. I will have *"Hked you up fully by then and can give you a definite answer." When they were out of hearing, he said: "No doubt you think I am going to read the letters they have left with mo. So...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 January 1895

PEOPLE WALK. The Brooklyn Street Car Tieup Thorough and Complete. STIKERS ARE IN CONTROL. Cars Alleged- to Bo Carrying Mails Attacked by the Rabble. BROOKLYN, Jan. 15.—Nearly 6,000 men including motormen, conductors, electricians and others omployed on the various trolley railroads in this city quit work batween 4 and 5 a. m. It was the first strike the trolley system had experienced and was a most thor­ ough and oomplete one. The bnly road not tied up was the Brooklyn and Coney Islanu, better known as the Jay and Smith street line. President Henry Slocum had the men's demand under consideration and when the committee of the district assembly •called on him, the strike, as far as his road was concerned, was amicably set­ tled. An agreement was signed and now that road is The Only One Banning in Fall Faroe. During the day Mr. Lewis, president of the Brooklyn Heights Railroad com­ pany, made a publie statement in which he said the tieup was without any just cause. Ho also notified the...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Minnesota, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 January 1895

Seventy-five People Killed In an Explosion of Giant Pow­ der at Butte. FIRE DEPARTMENT WIPED OUT, Not a Single Man or Beast Es­ caping Death or Seri­ ous Injuries. AWFUL DESTRUCTION WROUGHT Damage to Property Through­ out the City Is Simply Enormous. BUTTE, Mon., Jan. 16.—A fire oo eorred in the Butte Hardware com­ pany's warehouse, in which giant pow­ der was stored. The fire department were at work on the fire when the ex­ plosion took place, killing scores of people. While efforts were being made to remove the dead and wounded a sec­ ond explosion occurred. The entire fire department was wiped out, including the chief and all the horses. Three policemen were among the killed, who number at least 75. Plate glass was broken all over the city and the damage to property is enormous. All the am­ bulances were rushing to and from the scene of the explosion. The relatives of the killed are frantic and the city is in consternation. The powder in the ware­ house was in violation of law. I...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 January 1895

IV. v.." vv, -"US ii ok- SIXTY ARE DEAD. Early Reports of the Butte Dis­ aster Confirmed by Later Accounts. FIFTY BODIES RECOVERED. Many Mangled Beyond Recog­ nition and Will Never Be Identified. BUTTE, Mon., Jan. 17.—It is now esti­ mated that the number of persons killed by Tuesday night's terrible explosion of giant powder is 60. The city is in mourning and all flags are at half mast. The relief meeting called by the mayor was largely at­ tended and committees appointed for the collection of money for the relief of the afflicted families. The people are responding liberally and a sufficient amount to relieve dis­ tress is already guaranteed. A number of the bodies are mangled beyond all recognition and Never Will Be Identified. Professor Bobbins who was among those killed, was also known as "Two Bear" and was a famous hunter and a friend of Theodore Roosevelt of New York. He had spent all his life in the mountains and was making preparations to guide a party through a practically...

Publication Title: Little Falls Weekly Transcript
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — Little Falls weekly transcript. — 18 January 1895

M?1 TITTLE FALLS TRANSCRIPT BY THE TRANSCRIPT PUB. CO. k/}, Y:_ PUBLISHED EVKSY FRIDAY. S S I I O N OIE J*U ...~. liimwOtiu.M. ....... Tareemontlia....."...... advertising BATES. WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards, per y'r #5.00 1 inch, one year 6.00 2 inches, oneyea'* 10.50 S inches, one year 15.00 4 inches, one yea* 1S-00 5 inches, one year *1.00 IC inches, one year.. 36.00 ft inches, one year ..60.00 40 inches, .ne year 100.00 Reading Notices, single insertion 10c per line in ore than one insertion, 5c per line each insertion. DAILY AND WEEKLY TRANSCRIPT. Professional Cards '1*25 1 inch, one month....... 1-75 2 inc'hw, one month 8'25 3 inches, one month 4.50 4 inches, one month 5.2o 5 inches, one month 6.00 10 inches, one month 10.50 20 inches, one mouth.*. 18.00 40 inches, one month 82.00 DAILY TRANSCRIPT. Piofessionai Caids, 1 month fl.uO 1 inch, one month l«50 2 inches, one month, ..2,75 8 inches, one month, &50 4 inches, one month, 4.25 inches, one month, 5.00 10 inche...

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